Since suffering two very tough losses in the early part of the season, the College's women's lacrosse team has outscored its opponents by a total of 90 goals, 132-42.
Last week, the College had a full schedule, playing three games in the span of four days.
For the College's women's lacrosse team, the start of the season could not have gone much worse. The team's 1-2 start, which included its first back-to-back losses since 1985, was certainly a surprise for a team ranked second in the nation.
However, the team quickly came back to form and has reeled off seven straight wins since its last loss, including three important wins last week.
The College's women's lacrosse team proved why they are ranked fifth in the nation last week by beating two opponents ranked in the top 20.
The wins gave the team a four-game winning streak and upped its record to 5-2.
In arguably their hardest fought game of the season, the visiting Lions squeaked out a 7-6 win over seventh-ranked Gettysburg College on Sunday in a non-conference matchup.
After a rough 1-2 start, the College's women's lacrosse team proved once again last week that they are among the elite teams in the nation.
Last Tuesday, the Lions traveled to Collegeville, Pa. and handily took care of Ursinus College 16-3. The Lions went into the game ranked sixth in the nation, but they had something to prove after suffering two defeats the previous week.
For a record 32nd straight year, the College finished in the top 25 at the NCAA Division III Wrestling Championships.
The team finished in ninth place overall and two of its wrestlers, sophomore Joey Galante and junior Brian Dempsey, gained All-American status.
With the two biggest indoor track meets of the year coming up, the College seems to be in full swing.
On Friday, the indoor track team took part in the New York University's Fast Track Meet at the 168th Street Armory in Manhattan. The meet was an important one for the College because it gave the individuals on the team one last chance to qualify for the East Coast Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championships and the NCAA Division III Championships.
The College's wrestling team is now one step closer to the NCAA championships after an impressive team performance at the Metropolitan Conference Championships (METs) on Sunday.
The winners at each individual weight class all gained entrance into the NCAA Division III Wrestling championships.
With numerous personal records at the Thompson Invitational, it seems that the College's indoor track and field team is turning up the heat for their post-season push.
Saturday's Thompson Invitational included various teams from the tri-state area from all three divisions.
If timing is everything in life, the College's wrestling team is in great shape.
The sixth-ranked Lions ended their regular season on a 10-match winning streak, providing plenty of momentum heading into the postseason. Last weekend, the Lions made a statement by completely dominating their three opponents, SUNY-Oswego, the University of Scranton and Wilkes University.
As the entire city of Philadelphia (and South Jersey) watched in disbelief as their beloved Eagles lost in a big game once again, I rejoiced.
Ever since I can remember, I have been a die-hard, blue-bleeding New York Giants fan. Now, when you decide to be a Giants fan, you automatically become an Eagles hater.
Although the College already had the match well in hand by the time junior heavyweight Keith Bjorhus had to wrestle on Sunday, he certainly gave those faithful Lions fans who stuck around until the end quite a treat.
The College squared off against Springfield College on Sunday in a match that pitted the sixth and eighth-ranked teams in the country, respectively, against each other.
A great weekend for the College's wrestling team was highlighted by sophomore David Icenhower Jr.'s win against the number one wrestler in the country in his weight class.
The Lions participated in the 2005 National Wrestling Coaches Association National Duals, held at Cleveland State University in Ohio.
Gross also said that the involvement of the students at the College in clubs and programming is imperative. "Without the passion, devotion and commitment of the people on this campus," Gross said, "the SFB is just a group of grumpy money lovers." The resolution calling for the resignation of Student Government Association (SGA) executive president Pedro Khoury took center stage at the State of the Campus Address on Wednesday, Nov.
The College's women's soccer team rebounded from their New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship loss last week to defeat Gettysburg College 2-1 in their first game of the NCAA Division III tournament.
Two weeks ago, the College defeated Gettysburg with ease at Lions Stadium 4-0, but this game was a whole different story as emotions were running high for both teams, knowing a loss would put an end to each of their seasons.